LCGC Europe-10-01-2013

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October 01, 2013

John Hinshaw examines the anatomy of chromatographic peaks with attention to features that help determine the suitability of individual chromatographs for a specific analysis task.

The innovative and inspiring career of Barry Karger is described, including his pioneering work in bioanalysis.

There are many parameters that need to be considered when considering the use of hydrogen as a carrier, however, the benefits to chromatography and money saved make this a worthwhile exercise.

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In any field, there are "misconceptions" or "myths" that arise and are perpetuated and passed on to the next generation. These myths are often driven by a lack of understanding of the real issues by practitioners. In the first of a two-part feature from Ron Majors, the top 10 high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) column myths are presented and attempts are made to demystify them by offering some evidence that they are untrue. This part will feature myths 10 to six.

The application of gas chromatography (GC) combined with atmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry (GC–APCI-MS) and with supersonic molecular beam ionization mass spectrometry (GC–SMB-MS).

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October 01, 2013

Click the title above to open the LCGC Europe October 2013 regular issue, Vol 26 No 10, in an interactive PDF format.